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" I am a carpenter, sir. Mr B. The most necessary man that could offer ! We shall find you work enough, never fear. There will be houses to build, fences to make, and all kinds of wooden furniture to provide. "
The Western Spelling Book: Being an Improvement of the American Spelling ... - Page 111
by Nathan Guilford - 1831 - 144 pages
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Evenings at Home; Or, The Juvenile Budget Opened: Consisting of ..., Volumes 4-6

John Aikin - Children's literature, English - 1819
...a mill-wright for the purpose. As for mill-stones, we will take them out with us. Who is next ? 'C. <I am <a carpenter, Sir. Mr. B. The most necessary...There will be houses to build, fences to make, and all kinds of wooden furniture to provide. But our timber is all growing. You will have a ;deal of hard...
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Evenings at home; or, The juvenile budget opened [by J. Aikin and ..., Volume 5

John Aikin - 1823
...a mill-wright for the purpose. As for mill-stones, we will take them out with us. Who is next ? C. I am a carpenter, Sir. Mr. B. The most necessary man...shall find you work enough, never fear. There will he houses to build, fences to make, and all kinds of wooden furniture to provide. But our timber is...
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Easy Lessons in Reading: For the Use of the Younger Classes in Common Schools

Joshua Leavitt - Readers - 1829 - 152 pages
...B. True ; but then we must have a millwright. The mill-stones we will take out with us Now for the next. Charles. I am a carpenter, sir. Mr. B. The most...offer. We shall find you work enough, never fear. There wiH be houses to build, and fences to make, and tJl kinds of wooden furniture, and tools, besides....
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Easy Lessons in Reading: For the Use of the Younger Classes in Common Schools

Joshua Leavitt - Readers - 1836 - 156 pages
...The mill-stones we will take out with us Now for the war*. Charles. I am a carpenter, sir. JMr. J?. The most necessary man that could offer We shall find...enough, never fear. There will be houses to build, and fences to make, and ell kinds of wooden furniture, and tools, besides. But our timber is all growing....
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The Progressive Reader, Or, Juvenile Monitor: Carefully Selected from the ...

Readers - 1837 - 216 pages
...mill, my friend ? B. I suppose that we must make one.. Mr B. Then we must take a mill wright with os, and carry mill stones. Who is next? Charles. I am...and chairs and tables besides. But all our timber ia growing; we shall have hard work to fell it, to saw planks, and to shape posts. C. I will do my...
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The Juvenile Budget Opened: Being Selections from the Writings of Doctor ...

John Aikin - Children's literature - 1839 - 288 pages
...you a millwright, for the purpose. As for millstones, we will take them out with us. Who is next ? C. I am a carpenter, sir. Mr. B. The most necessary man...There will be houses to build, fences to make, and all kinds of wooden furniture to provide. But our timber is all growing. You will have a deal of hard...
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The National Speaker: Containing Exercises, Original and Selected, in Prose ...

Henry Bartlett Maglathlin - Elocution - 1851 - 324 pages
...I suppose we must make one. Mr. B. Then we must take a mill-wright with us, and carry mill-stones. Who is next ? Charles. I am a carpenter, sir. Mr....and chairs and tables besides. But all our timber is growing1 ; we shall have hard work to fell it, to saw boards and planks, to hew timber, and to frame...
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The New American Speaker: A Collection of Oratorical and Dramatical Pieces ...

John Celivergos Zachos - Elocution - 1851 - 552 pages
...make one. Mr. B Then we must take a mill-wright with us, and carry mill-stones. Who is next ? Chu. 1 am a carpenter, sir. Mr. B. The most necessary man...you work enough, never fear. There will be houses 10 build, fences to make, and chairs and tables besides. But all our timber is growing ; we shall have...
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Evenings at Home, Or, The Juvenile Budget Opened

John Aikin, Mrs. Barbauld (Anna Letitia) - Animals - 1852 - 446 pages
...As for millstones, we will take them out with us. "Who is next ? O. I am a carpenter, sir. Mr. . The most necessary man that could offer ! We shall...There will be houses to build, fences to make, and all sorts of wooden furniture to provide. But our timber is all growing. Tou will have a deal of hard...
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The Standard Third Reader for Public and Private Schools: Containing ...

Epes Sargent - Readers - 1857 - 216 pages
...True ; but then we must have a mill-wright. The mill -stones we will take out with us. — Now for the next. Charles. I am a carpenter, sir. Mr. B. The most...There will be houses to build, fences to make, and all sorts of wooden furniture to provide. But our timber ia all growing. You will have a deal of hard...
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